Here at JaF Morgans, certain phrases are frequently heard from visitors. They often say things like, “Your Morgans are so friendly!” Or, “The horses are so well behaved!” … or, “Gentle” … or, “Happy” … or, “Loving”. I look at the photographs I have from over the years, and you know what? They’re right! Morgans as a breed tend to be this way. I will admit though, that here, they seem especially so. I am very proud of the horses bred, raised, and trained here. They are exceptionally easy to train, they have a good work ethic, and they truly enjoy doing whatever is asked of them.
This past couple of years, I have had a change of heart in terms of selling very young stock. Due to the very promising placement of several foals over the last year, I have become convinced that it really isn’t as frightening an idea as I previously thought it was! I certainly understand the desire many folks have, of raising their own horse. My foals have a very, very strong foundation, and so, when experienced, knowledgeable people fall in love with one of the youngsters, I CAN be convinced to let that young Morgan go.
Additionally, I have occasionally sold an as-yet-unridden Morgan, or a very “green” one who has a beginning – but is not what I consider a well-started riding horse, yet. Because these young horses have become so very successful, I have decided to more seriously consider selling some of the younger stock. These lovely Morgans have a truly outstanding foundation, and are very gentle and well-mannered. If this is something that interests you, please feel free to contact me for additional information.
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JAF Sunrise Surf Rider, “Rider”
(JaF Sunrise Surfer Dude x Treasure Aurora)
2013 Palomino Colt – View Pedigree
Because Rider hasn’t shown much growth in terms of height, I made the difficult decision to have him gelded. Standing just a little over 14 hands at 3 years of age, he might make 14-2 at maturity. As a stallion, though, there was simply no way to know whether or not he would breed bigger than himself. But what a powerhouse he is, conformation-ally! Rider has the same super-easy-going, laid-back personality as his sire, and really doesn’t care what I ask him to do as long as there is a human in the mix somewhere. He LOVES people! He is also a stunning mover, and demonstrates the same forehand elevation in his gaits, as his sire. Conformation-ally, athletically, and in terms of “mind” – Rider is truly the best of his bloodlines.
JAF Calico Treasure (Cali)
(JaF Sunrise Surfer Dude x Treasure Donna)
2013 Chestnut filly – View Pedigree
This fancy young filly is really turning into a stunner! Not just because of all the “chrome”, either, although admittedly, that does tend to help her stand out in a crowd. However, Cali is maturing into a big, powerful girl with an absolutely elegant way of going. Cali is bold, forward, and has a happy, strong personality. At the same time, Cali is super loving, gentle and very well mannered.
Silver Cross Jasmine
(Do More Jazz x Triple S Eclipse)
2011 Foundation Palomino Mare – View Pedigree
This muscular, solid mare is extremely athletic. Standing a half-inch over 14-3 now, she has both power to spare, and stamina – as well as the desire to use it. Although Jas is extremely well mannered on the trail, she is also forward, with a big walk and a love to go see country. Like her dam, Triple S Eclipse, Jas has a strong and bold personality. I really enjoy horses like this because they seem to have no fear, and are first to tackle any obstacle or trail issue that pops up. Jasmine is a Foundation bred Morgan, and would be a wonderful addition to any breeder’s herd, as well as a wonderful riding horse for trails, Endurance, or any equine sport. $8500.00
JAF Senorita del rio Roja (Roja)
(JaF Sunrise Surfer Dude x La Bonita Primavera)
2013 Chestnut filly – View Pedigree
I’ve said before how special Roja is, and as she matures I can see that this is certainly no overstatement. Beautifully put together, Roja is ideal bridle horse material. Although she still has some growing to do, at 14-1 she is not tall like her half-sister Cali. Roja is the perfect package. She is pretty, extraordinarily athletic, showy, and just a little bit saucy! Not with people…oh, no. Humans are admired, loved and trusted. But she sure hams it up with all her siblings! When the young horses get to playing, as they do every day, she is the one bucking, racing all around the herd with her tail up in the air, enjoying life as if every day was her Best Day. Roja can really get the herd going! She is absolutely wonderful to watch.